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Posted To: MND NewsWireMortgage applications saw a third straight decline in volume during the week ended March 24. The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) said its Market Composite Index, a measure of that volume, was down 0.8 percent on a non-seasonally adjusted basis compared to the previous week, and 0.4 percent week unadjusted. Applications for purchase mortgages increased during the week, but those gains were offset by further erosion in refinancing; the Refinance Index fell by 3 percent for the second consecutive week. The seasonally adjusted Purchase Index rose 1 percent from the week ended March 17 and the unadjusted Index was up 2 percent. The Purchase Index was 4 percent higher than during the same week in 2016. Refi Index vs 30yr Fixed Purchase Index vs 30yr Fixed Refinancing also lost more market share...(read more)
Posted To: MBS CommentaryJust when you thought you'd seen the last of the healthcare bill drama , it comes roaring back. Well, at least it felt like a roar. In retrospect, a 4.5bp increase in 10yr yields 1 day after hitting the lowest levels in more than a month isn't exactly traumatic, but it certainly wasn't pleasant either. Earlier in the day, unnamed sources were cited as saying the House republicans were discussing ways to revive the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act. Roughly 1 hour later, Speaker Ryan confirmed that healthcare reform remains a priority that the House wants to "get right." Suddenly, markets found themselves once-again able to believe in the narrative of sweeping fiscal reforms. The icing on the cake was a series of comments out of the White House saying that...(read more)
Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchJust one day after hitting the lowest levels in more than a month, mortgage rates bounced higher today. For all intents and purposes, rates fell on Monday morning as the weekend produced no meaningful updates on the recent healthcare bill . Now today, Speaker Ryan and several unnamed sources have confirmed that the bill remains a priority for the House and they want to "get it right" without putting a timeline on it. That means Monday's rate improvements no longer have the same justification. As such, rates shot quickly back into last week's range. In addition to the updates on the healthcare bill, a top Fed official confirmed that 3 rate hikes are likely in 2017. This added additional weakness to bond markets (which dictate today's interest rates). Almost every lender recalled the morning...(read more)